Place to sleep

Here we list for you all the updated information on overnight accommodation on the pilgrimage route. We differentiate between commercial overnight places and beautiful places where you can pitch your tent or hang up a hammock. These places offer you a very special pilgrimage experience and are affordable for everyone. In order to achieve a better overview, we have marked the commercial overnight stays in blue and the simple overnight places in orange.

Gransherad

Cumbes-Petersen Hof

The family has built a pilgrim-friendly accommodation, which will be available from the 2021 season. All further information will follow as soon as possible.


Hovin

Fjellblikk Kafe 

Fjellblikk Kafé in Hovin is located outside the “Hovinheia” towards Austbygde overnight stays in huts and rooms, as well as warm cuisine.  

It is also possible to ask for breakfast after a transport down to the church.

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at the church in Hovin

it is possible to set up a tent on the lawn outside the church grounds. There is also a toilet at the church. Please take into account that you have drinking water and food with you, as there are no shops nearby.



Austbygde

Sandviken Camping

offers accommodation in the glamping tent, in your own tent or in cabins and a kiosk with drinks, snacks, coffee, ice cream, fresh rolls and bread. They also offer hot dishes from 13 to 20 p.m. 

The cottage prices vary depending on the equipment and season. A simple cabin for 2-3 persons with use of the sanitary facilities on the square costs between 650 and 750 NOK. On the square there is also a common kitchen. Bed linen/towels can be rented for 125 NOK/pers. 

In the restaurant there are mainly typical “Kro Mat” such as hamburgers, pizzas and nachos. By pre-order you will also get a breakfast plate with fried egg and bacon from 8-10. 

To relax the muscles properly, you can use the sauna tub with a view of the Tinnsjø. 

The homepage is currently only in Norwegian but Annette, the boss speaks a little German and the booking system can also be selected in German.  

You can find information on their homepage sandviken-camping.no

Åstogo

is a Hytte that a grandpa built with his grandson on the "Øyan leisure area" between Austbygde center and the Sandviken campsite. This hut has a dry place to sit and sleep (a little short ;-)). There is a fireplace in front of the hut and it is right at the mouth of the stream in Tinnsjø. You have the possibility to use the shower and the kitchen of the adjacent campsite.You can pay the 100 NOK fee for this directly at reception.


Atrå

Sandven leisure terrain 

you will find the road between Atrå School and Craft Centre (opposite the church) until you meet the sign that points to the "Vassreisa". Follow this path along the creek until you first hit a Boy Scout Camp with a simple "privy closet". As you continue along the lake you come to a nice resting place with a memorial stone for the emigrants to America. A little further from the beach you will also find a toilet house. Please note that you have to take drinking water with you and first use the shopping option at Spar if you run into Atrå.


Mæl

Tinnsjø Kro og Camping 

Unfortunately the campsite had to close in May 2020. For the time being there is therefore unfortunately no overnight accommodation in Mæl. We therefore recommend to share the stage Austbygde Mæl and instead go from Austbygde to Atrå (overnight stay again in Austbygde) and the next day from Atrå to Dal.

Mæl Resting place

Opposite the campsite, on Tinnsjø, is a resting place with a covered seat and toilet. In addition, you will find several seats there and you can set up a tent by the lake. Please note that you must have drinking water and food with you, as there are no shopping facilities.



AirBnB

may be you should also take a look at  AirBnB 

Visit Rjukan

another possibility is Visit Rjukan nettside.